First established in 1865 by Absalom Wood and his son, they became a large earthenware manufacturer with a diverse range of china products. With teaware, tableware, earthenware and hotelware, the ranges were quite popular among china lovers. Ivorine China, which was a semi procelain body, was produced in the 1930s. From the 1940s 'Beryl Ware' tableware in the colour green was very popular.
Wood and Sons china prospered until the early 1950s and continued to grow until 1979 which was when a major recession started. The company was acquired by the Yorke family in 1982.
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